Monthly Archives: September 2015

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    Sponsor a Child

    September 27, 2015 | Pastor Musa

    Currently 61 children are benefiting from the Sponsor a Child program. This helps families greatly since many are very poor. We hope to develop and enhance the program this year to assist at least 10 hard-working Christian children going to high school. Miriam’s Witness in Primary School One of our families shared this story: Our … Read more

  • Developed Church Plant plants Daughter Church

    September 25, 2015 | Ba-Iyaka

      One of our churches which was planted some time ago has come to plant a daughter church. The church planter there requested that someone be sent to help him in the management of the original church, so that he and others could focus on planting the daughter church. One church that was planted in … Read more

  • Learning Center for Migrant Children

    September 24, 2015 | Partners International

    In September 2014, we started a learning center for migrant children. They can come to the center for lunch and a nap; then come to study after school in the afternoon. The students quickly feel the genuine care of the counselors and share with them when encountering any difficulty. One 10-year-old boy was behaving badly … Read more

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    Women’s Micro-Finance

    September 22, 2015 | Partners International

      About 80 women from various churches and ministries participated in a three-tier training conducted by Women in the Window USA, Community Health Evangelism Africa, and Partners International. The training was on micro-enterprise, Women’s Cycle of Life, and Community Health Evangelism in The Gambia. A Memorandum of Understanding was formed between ECG and Women in … Read more

  • Sponsor a Child

    September 22, 2015 | Bible Faith Mission

        Sponsor a Child program is a vital aspect to our ministry. One of the major needs of the mission is to impart quality education to the younger generation so that we can prepare an educated people for the next generation of the church. Until recently, and even now in many places of India, … Read more

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    Reading Post and Library

    September 21, 2015 | Matt Kirkas, Partners International Area Director, Southeast Asia

      In general, the city library, village library, and reading posts are tools to provide information and programs that can be accessed by the community. In 2014 we opened four new reading posts in several towns. The presence of a city library and reading post increase the enthusiasm of the children in reading and borrowing … Read more

  • Bulls, Plows, and Seed aid Church Planters

    September 19, 2015 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

      Our vision to empower church planters with bullocks and plow has proven to be a viable objective in 2014 as the economy of Ghana worsened. In spite of this and the poor rainfall pattern in 2014, beneficiaries of the bullocks and plows were able to get enough produce from their farms to feed themselves … Read more

  • Training Church Leaders

    September 18, 2015 | Kawkikete Community Outreach

      We held one training event during the youth meeting in one city with 2,357 youth from all over the country. The topic was transformational leadership. We are trusting God for the funds to hold two other training events to benefit the churches and also the youth. Thank you for your concern, prayer, and financial … Read more

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    Providing Health Care establishes Important Connections for the Ministry

    September 18, 2015 | Maghreb Project, North Africa

      In one region, several health centers were handed over to us. With the support of the local government, we have been able to work with the health professionals at these centers. This platform has given us the opportunity to serve more people. In one clinic, we served 2,700 people with various physical and mental … Read more

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    Street Children Project

    September 17, 2015 | ISM, West Africa

      We continue our outreach to 1,125 poor children in the Koranic schools. Parents give their boys to be raised in the schools because they can’t afford to feed and school them. Meetings with Islamic leaders have been scheduled to appeal for the well-being of these children. The Koranic teachers know we are Christians but … Read more